A synposis of the video for those who cannot play it right now:
This is based on a quote from page 6 of SHOULD YOU FEAR THE END OF THE WORLD?
In the book The Last Days Are Here Again, Professor Richard Kyle writes that “sudden change and social chaos create an atmosphere conducive to predictions of the end of the world.” That is especially the case when the change and chaos seem hard to explain.
It is very curious, especially when you look at the topics the book covers. If you do a Google Books Search, things become even more interesting.
A few quotes:
'The Jehovah's Witnesses may be the most persistent date-setters in history.'
'Their leaders have earmarked the years 1874, 1878, 1881, 1910, 1914, 1918, 1925, 1975, and 1984 as times of eschatological significance. Although Millenarians supposedly cannot last long as millenarians, the Jehovah’s Witnesses seem to have defied this conventional wisdom.'
'For over a hundred years the sky had been going to fall shortly. Yet apparently Jehovah hasn't been listening," wrote one disillusioned ex-Jehovah's Witness.'
Stop the press! So...the Watchtower quotes from a publication which quotes from an "apostate"!
What kind of juicy quotes can we find from this publication, since evidently, it is sanctioned by the Watchtower as approved reading?
Here is a link to google books:
Under Title, put: The Last Days Are Here Again
Then search on words like 1975, Jehovah's Witness, 1925, and so forth.